Football manager Kenny Dalglish disappointed by Liverpool
11th March 2011 - Alma Shera
Liverpool football manager Kenny Dalglish was disappointed by his side's performance during their 1-0 defeat to SC Braga in the Europa League.
The hosts scored through an Alan penalty, but football manager Dalglish is keenly aware that it could, and should, have been a much heavier defeat.
He explained: "Considering the way we played in the first half we are fortunate to come away with a 1-0.
"You don't know if it is a good or bad result until the second leg is over but there is no-one [from our side] pleased with the performance or the result."
Liverpool looked a different team to the one that beat Manchester United at the weekend, with captain Steven Gerrard missing through injury and livewire forward Luis Suarez ineligible for the competition.
Dalglish will now be able to give his side a rest, with the Reds not resuming their soccer games until the return leg against Braga on March 17th.
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